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Used D-D Steriliser 39 Watts

Used D-D Steriliser 39 Watts
Asking price: €100 sold
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Undercover
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Adamstown, Dublin
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Used D-D Steriliser 39 Watts

Description

The use of type C ultraviolet radiation (UV-C) is the most effective way to sterilise water. No chemicals are involved and there is no risk of dangerous overdosing. Long process times are not required as sterilisation is instantaneous.

The highly concentrated UV-C. energy exerts a lethal effect on living organisms. It alters the genetic material (DNA) and inhibits their reproduction capability. The germicidal properties of UV-C radiation are therefore extremely beneficial in destroying bacteria, viruses, protozoa, algae, yeasts and mould spores.

Different types or pathogens or bacteria require different levels of radiation to either kill or to stop them from functioning and multiplying.

D-D U.V. sterilisers are designed to produce a radiation intensity of 33,000 microwatt's/sec/sq.cm which is sufficient to destroy most common pathogens in fresh and salt water aquariums however if required the intensity can be increased by decreasing the flow rate through the unit. 

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Comments
dnlbrh 10 months ago
what is the lamp? I mean I need to know only the wavelength like 250nm or 270nm, etc
Undercover 10 months ago
@dnlbrh Hi please you can come and view it yourself
dnlbrh 10 months ago
It is really strange and a bit rude. You want me to go to Adamstown just to read from the sticker that it is not what I'm looking for.
Undercover 10 months ago
@dnlbrh Sorry for that, That's not what you asked me to do, you said you need to know the length of the bulb if am right.
Undercover 10 months ago
@dnlbrh 39W Model

Wattage: 39 watts

Flow Rate: 2000 lts/hr

Dimensions: 920mm x 100mm x 140mm 

 
dnlbrh 10 months ago
The wavelength! not the any other length, the wavelength is the most important property of the UV lamp, it is telling you if this is UV-A, B or C. I'm looking for a UV-C type only withe the WAVELENGTH less then 270 nanometers - if you have less than 200 nm - it would be even perfect and then 100e makes sense for this steriliser.
Undercover 10 months ago
@dnlbrh Where will i get that?
dnlbrh 10 months ago
I'm sorry, I realized that you have no idea about it :) Your lamp is probably 254nm
Graham Dublin 5 months ago
Hi sorry, off topic i just noticed you had a clear tides reactor. how did you find it? thinking of getting one.
Undercover 5 months ago
Hi bought it online from UK.
Graham Dublin 5 months ago
Was it any good?
PaddyJC 4 months ago
Is this sold
Undercover 4 months ago
@PaddyJC No still available.
PaddyJC 4 months ago
How old is the unit
Undercover 4 months ago
@PaddyJC I bought it from a some on adverts, it was just too big for my tank.
PaddyJC 4 months ago
Thanks for the reply. I might leave it though lamp is to costly to replace
Undercover 4 months ago
@PaddyJC I don’t think you need to for now
PaddyJC 4 months ago
Whys that
Undercover 4 months ago
@PaddyJC I changed the lamp bulb before testing it on my tank.
mulcahyjohn 4 months ago
How big is it thanks
Undercover 4 months ago
@mulcahyjohn Hi the dimensions are 920/100/120mm
Undercover 4 months ago
@mulcahyjohn Hi make it €70 and it’s yours.
mulcahyjohn 4 months ago
€70 OFFERED
Ok thank you
Undercover 4 months ago
@mulcahyjohn: €70 OFFER ACCEPTED
Your offer has been accepted